Marist College Center for Sports Communication http://wamc.org en Vox Pop : Open Forum - Super Bowl : 1/31/13 http://wamc.org/post/vox-pop-open-forum-super-bowl-13113 <p></p><p>Are you ready for some football?! Today we’re talking about football in the lead up to the super bowl this Sunday, where a veteran Baltimore Ravens team will be matched against the San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Colin Kaepernick in his first season as a starter.</p><p>Joining us today is director of the Marist College Center for Sports Communication and WAMC sports commentator Keith Strudler. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.</p> Thu, 31 Jan 2013 20:00:00 +0000 56937 at http://wamc.org Vox Pop : Open Forum - Super Bowl : 1/31/13 Keith Strudler : President Obama and Football http://wamc.org/post/keith-strudler-president-obama-and-football <p>The President of the United States has some tough questions to answer.&nbsp; And how he answers might determine what he can do over the next four years, whether he’s effective or lame-duck, an elitist or a man of the people.</p> Wed, 30 Jan 2013 20:30:00 +0000 Keith Strudler 56851 at http://wamc.org Keith Strudler : President Obama and Football Keith Strudler - Ray Lewis at the Super Bowl http://wamc.org/post/keith-strudler-ray-lewis-super-bowl <p>So maybe in one way, the Super Bowl is a bit like a Jewish Holiday.&nbsp; You start celebrating the night before.&nbsp; For the big game, it’s actually the week before, or technically the week before the week before, to be exact.&nbsp; That’s where we are right now, which puts us squarely in the thick of unnecessary hype.&nbsp; So if you don’t like what you hear right now, just wait.&nbsp; Because you’ll hate it even more the 500th time 10 days from now.<br> Thu, 24 Jan 2013 14:00:32 +0000 Keith Strudler 56400 at http://wamc.org Keith Strudler - Ray Lewis at the Super Bowl Keith Strudler - 2012 In Review http://wamc.org/post/keith-strudler-2012-review <p>So as years go, 2012 may not have been our finest.&nbsp; But, alas, and mercifully, it is coming to a close.&nbsp; Yet generally time is not the best aid to remembrance nor perspective.&nbsp; And with that we look back on the year that’s nearly past, not with an acute vision on recent events but with a more reflective eye on this year’s whole body of work.&nbsp; In other words, sometimes it’s hard to remember something that happened even a month ago, much less 10 or 11.</p> Wed, 26 Dec 2012 20:45:00 +0000 Keith Strudler 54669 at http://wamc.org